Faith Kelcey, 3, has her mother, Jenny, in hot pursuit while enjoying a ride on her Plazma Car in Barrie's north end. MARK WANZEL PHOTO

Hot pursuit

Faith Kelcey, 3, has her mother, Jenny, in hot pursuit while enjoying a ride on her Plazma Car in Barrie's north end.

Province OKs school funding

The provincial government announced funding on Tuesday to build a replacement public elementary school at Cumberland Beach.

Swedish import defenceman Rasmus Andersson took part in the Barrie Colts training camp at the Barrie Molson Centre, Tuesday morning, marking his first time on the ice with his new team. IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER

Andersson arrives

If Rasmus Andersson had any doubts about leaving Sweden to play hockey in Canada, a little friendly advice from one of his neighbours put that to rest.

Construction crews work on a housing development in the city's north end on Tuesday. City council passed its new Barrie-wide development charges bylaw Monday night, which will affect residential, commercial and retail development in the city.IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER

Development charges deal done

City council passed its new Barrie-wide development charges bylaw Monday night. The Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) will likely decide how long it will be enforced.

First Nations gather for annual powwow

Powwows are held as a celebration of life. For Stitch Manitowabi, attending the Chippewas of Rama First Nation competition powwow on the weekend was about honouring a lost friend.

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